Featuring Digital PhotoArt of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue

The Birds of Rainbow Creek

The Birds of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue of Kates Cabin Bird Sanctuary in Waller County, Texas

Friday, April 16, 2010

Rebecca's Garden of Love

Good Morning To All:  Get Up And Have Coffee With Me At Sunrise On Rainbow Creek!

For You, here are some Texas Bluebonnets growing by Kate's Mailbox on the Rural Road.

Welcome Class, come on in. This is the sunrise deck/coffee corner/morning office. I like to start the day here unless it is raining or too cold. The cold is finally behind us for the Spring in South Texas.

Here is the Little King waiting for his favorite girl, Rebecca, to arrive.
Will you open the Class today???

Oh All right,  Let the Class Begin!
And let Rebecca hurry up and get here!

Here is Rebecca and her Husband, Curt. She is our best friend and works with me at Kates Cabin.
She is President and I am CEO, (unless people are here, then she becomes the hostess and I am the chef)
We have Private/Reservation Only Luncheons and Evening Meals for small groups at the Sanctuary where you can fine dine with the birds. (Contact our gmail for information).
Curt is our Mr Fix it Carpenter and emergency man.
When people are gone again, she and I are the gardeners and hummingbird feeder cleaners and the clean up crew.

Our photostudy today will be in Rebecca's Spring Garden of Love.
Her Husband had been in a store on a winters day when he noticed some bags of garden bulbs at closeout prices. I think he said one dollar for each bag full of dead looking little corms. He decided Rebecca would like to see these spring flowers so he bought her a few bags (under 5 bucks.)
On a cold winter day, they went out to their backyard and selected a small plot to plant the dead looking things. I imagine they did not look like a garden of love all shriveled up in the old bags.
Spring began to arrive and nothing from the little bulbs. They figured it was just dead stuff he bought.

But when the Texas sun got just right, the little plants began to grow. One by one, here they come.
I got an email yesterday:  The Ranuculus are blooming, Come and bring the Camera!
So our photostudy today will be these beautiful flowers in Rebecca and Curt's Garden of Love! Enjoy!

Thanks, my friends, for sharing your Spring Garden with us.

Goodnight Kate,
Goodnight Rebecca and Curt.
Goodnight Everyone, Everywhere!

.....this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek


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